LOS ANGELES - Five women detailed sexual misconduct allegations against Emmy-winning comedian Louis C.K. in a New York Times report published Thursday, including three who said he had masturbated in front of them.
In the New York Times article, C.K.'s publicist Lewis Kay said the comedian "is not going to answer any questions" from the publication.
Kay said in an email to Reuters on Thursday that C.K. will issue a written statement "in the coming days." Reuters was unable to independently confirm any of the allegations.
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